Worcester, Bosch Group is building on its 50th anniversary celebrations by donating 50 days’ volunteer work to a number of local charities.
Employees from a number of departments across the business will each be taking a day out from their day-to-day duties to lend a helping hand at one of a number of local charities as part of a wider initiative geared towards raising £50,000 for charity over the course of the company’s 50th anniversary year.
Staff from Worcester, Bosch Group headquarters and its plant in Clay Cross, Derbyshire will be offering their services for a number of tasks including painting the facilities of Sight Concern and Acorns Children’s Hospice, helping to build local wildlife areas and even de-rusting and repainting at the Severn Valley Railway.
Martyn Bridges, Director of Marketing and Technical Support at Worcester, Bosch Group said: “We’re always keen to help our local charities wherever possible and wanted to make a special effort to give something back in what is a year of celebration for our business.
“Aside from offering 50 days of manpower to some of our closest charities, we’re also hoping to raise a substantial sum of money which will help these organisations to continue their good work.”